A Liberal Democratic Party committee on Tuesday issued proposed revisions to the law against child abuse that would allow police to forcibly enter homes where abuse is suspected and parents have refused on-site inspections by a child consultation center.

The committee aims to submit its revisions to the Diet during the current session as a legislator-sponsored bill, after securing support from other parties, members said.

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